Surely, there must be some mistake.
On June 16th, A.D. 2011, the Supreme Court of the United States issued its opinion in the case of Bond v U.S.. This case involves the standing of private individuals to invoke the 10th–and, to lesser degree, the 9th–Amendments. The total document (syllabus, opinion and concurring opinion) released by the Supreme Court is 19 pages.
As I read that case, I find excerpts on almost every page that strike me as mind-boggling, explosive and even revolutionary. I can’t recall reading another case in the past 28 years that filled me with such excitement, glee and even hope.
I see this decision as so extraordinary, that I can’t imagine how the Supreme Court (in a 9 to 0 decision (!!!)), would dare write this opinion without fearing for their lives.
This case seem so good, that my fundamental reaction is: Surely, there must be some mistake.